Rita Ora PROVES She's Not 'Becky With The Good Hair' By Posing Alongside Beyoncé At The Met Gala -- LOOK!
HOLY GOODNESS GRACIOUS.
There you have it, bbs! Becky is still On The Run -- see what we did there?? LOLz!
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Elena of Avalor is finally branching out on her own!
Until now, the Disney royal "inspired by diverse Latin cultures and folklore" had just been a part of Sofia the First's world.
But the company's first Latina princess is getting a book that's all her own! Yay!
Elena and the Secret of Avalor is all about introducing us to the new teen, as well as her flying friends the Jaquins, who help her rule the land!
She and the jaguar-bird hybrids will be making their debut — outside of Sofia the First — this summer during a Disney Channel movie, which will lead into the launch of Elena's solo series!
The book — dropping June 7 — is all about the 16-year-old's royal role in the fairytale kingdom of Avalor! The show will star Young & Hungry's Aimee Carrero as the titular character, and also feature voices from Jenna Ortega, Chris Parnell, and Yvette Nicole Brown.
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You tell 'em, chicas!
That's because their joke about Hollywood mixing up its Latina actresses wasn't just HIGHlarious, it was pretty biting commentary as well.
Naturally, the Superstore and Telenovela stars have been busy promoting their new NBC sitcoms, so the pair each stopped by the TCA Press Tour on Wednesday where they revealed the origin of the joke, saying:
Calling out the Globes for previously confusing Ferrara with Gina Rodriguez on their official Twitter account, the Superstore actress and Telenovela star reminded everyone at home that they were not to be confused with other Latina actresses.
The ladies said on stage:
"Hi, I'm Eva Longoria, not Eva Mendes."
"And I'm America Fererra, not Gina Rodriguez."
MTV Australia tried to play into the joke, but ended up offending people on Twitter instead! They shared (then deleted):
Fast & Furious may be headed to Cuba!
A bit over a year after Barack Obama re-established ties and eased travel restrictions, the franchise's eighth chapter may become the first major Hollywood film in the country in over 50 years.
Director F. Gary Gray (Straight Outta Compton) is looking to take the series where no movie has gone since the 1962 embargo.
According to a statement from the studio: